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President Trump Holds Governor’s Ball with Most Governors in Attendance: 46
 
As President Trump has established his productive reputation since taking Office, he has met with varying leaders, both nationally and internationally. Recently he met with America’s Governors as he held the Governor’s Ball at the White House. The President wasn’t shy about his productivity since taking office. “…we’ve accomplished almost everything we’ve started out to accomplish”.
 
As the President continues to speak to the Governors that were in attendance, he reminds them that they will be discussing healthcare during their time in Washington. While he addresses business, he also recognizes the Governors for their leadership and service for each of their states while also highlighting the significance of this particular Governor’s Ball. 46 Governors attended, which is reportedly the most of any Governor’s Ball.
 
See the President’s full remarks, his toast to the Governors and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Obamacare, Democrats, Republicans, and Governor Terry McAuliffe. Greg shared in this segment.


 
President Trump Holds Listening Session with Parents, Teachers, and Leaders of Education
 
As the President’s schedule is non-stop, meeting with leaders of varying industries, he also recently sat down with leaders in the Education industry. While the table was filled with teachers from Charter Schools, Home Schools, as well as Private and Public Schools, the new Secretary of the Department of Education, Betsy DeVos was present. While hosting these Educational leaders, the President also spoke about his concern for all students, their present realities in our schools, as well as the future.
 
“As I said many times in my campaign, we want every child in America to have the opportunity to climb the ladder to success. I want every child also to have a safe community, and we’re going to do that very much.” As Betsy DeVos has been a champion for School Choice, the President remarks about how not having this option for parents is greatly effecting students.  “Right now, too many of our children don’t have the opportunity to get that education that we all talked about. Millions of poor disadvantaged students are trapped in failing schools, and this crisis — and it really is a crisis of education – and communities working together but not working out, and we’re going to change it around, especially for the African-American communities.” These realities are not acceptable as he shares his take on School Choice in America. “That’s why I want every single disadvantaged child in America, no matter what their background or where they live, to have a choice about where they go to school.”
 
Be encouraged as you see the President share his heart for concern for the students in our Education Industry, how is creating many new jobs, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Las Vegas, factories, educators, autism, and New York City. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.


 
President Trump Address Healthcare and Women in Weekly Address: Mar 10, 2017
 
President Trump continues his productive record in the White House as he shares his Weekly Address to the American people. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, and the President expresses thanks to many of the women that have made America what it is today. “Honoring the countless contributions that women leaders, scientists, and entrepreneurs have made throughout American history. We are a greater, stronger, and more just nation today because of women like Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubman, and so many others.” It is also notable to mention that this address came while in his 50th day in Office.
 
The President changes topics as he addresses the issue of healthcare in America. He points out the failures of Obamacare; rising premiums, broken promises, and decreasing plans. “This year, Americans in nearly one third of all counties have only one insurer to choose from on the exchanges.” The President continues to point out the dire effects of Obamacare. “Americans were promised that if they liked their health insurers and their doctors, they could keep them. Instead, millions of Americans lost the insurance, and lost the doctor that they liked.” While many realize how broken Obamacare is, President Trump addresses the priority it is to resolve this. “I want every American to know that action on Obamacare is an urgent necessity.” He continues to explain, “If we do nothing, millions more innocent Americans will be hurt, and badly hurt. That’s why we must repeal and replace Obamacare.”
 
It is encouraging to see the President recognize the many important women that have made America what it is today, as well as addressing the topic of healthcare in America, making changes to rectify it, and so much more. See the full remarks from the President’s Weekly Address, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, state lines, House plan, and competition. Greg and Steve shared in this segment. 

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Swearing in Chairman of Department of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson
 
Many Americans may recognize Dr. Ben Carson as a former Presidential Nominee for the 2017 election. But, they may not know of his extensive medical career and accomplishments. While Vice President Mike Pence issued Dr. Carson’s Oath for the Secretary for the Department for Housing and Urban Development, he made it a priority to address Dr. Carson’s many accomplishments.
“Your inspiring life story is known all across the country, if not the world. Your groundbreaking work as a surgeon at John Hopkins Hospital has improved and saved the lives of many, and inspired the nation.”
 
Dr. Carson’s life didn’t start with success. He grew up in the inner-city of Detroit. As Vice President Pence describes, “Dr. Carson, you saw firsthand how too many Americans can be trapped in poverty and in despair, in communities that are crumbling, families fracturing, and their hope for a brighter future fading.” Vice President Pence describes Dr. Carson’s life as a “quintessentially American story”. It is this life experience that gives Dr. Carson an inside perspective of the impacts that HUD provides to many Americans, and will assist him in carrying out this leadership role with excellence.
 
Hear Vice President Pence share more about Dr. Carson’s impactful and inspiring life, as well as leading Dr. Carson in the oath that begins his leadership of serving the American people in House and Urban Development, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: inspiration, hope, dreams, The Constitution, and integrity. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.

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Top Ten Places to Work in 2017
 
As more and more jobs are being created, the question is: where is the best place to work? Entrepreneur.com has recently released the Top 10 Places to Work in 2017. Topping the charts is “Bain & Company” at #1. “You get the opportunity to solve the toughest problems that executive teams and private equity firms face.”Is what one employee said about the company. Next on the list is Facebook. “From its openness to its diversity, Facebook has truly surpassed all tech companies in terms of culture, perks and employee lifestyle” is how one employee describes this tech giant.
 
Number four on the list is another tech leader, Google. “Google epitomizes why I love technology and the tech industry. Useful products, smart people, data-driven decisions and culture, a mission I can feel good about when I go to sleep every night. This is as good as it gets.” Changing pace is number seven, a company outside of the tech industry, In-N-Out Burger. “Company that actually cares about employees. Very professional and constructive atmosphere. Always busy so have something to do constantly” were the words used by one employee to describe the company.
 
See the full comments from other employees regarding these companies, as well as how other companies stacked up in the top ten list, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Adobe, LinkedIn, Boston Consulting Group, and World Wide Technology, internship, and the Kingdom of God. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.


 
President Trump Holds First Meeting with Cabinet Members
 
As busy as the President has been in his beginning days in the White House, he recently held his first meeting with his Cabinet. He begins his meeting by pointing to the urgency of storm weather in the North East, as well as the four remaining Cabinet positions that have yet to be confirmed. He quickly points to how businesses are creating new jobs and providing growth in the American workforce. “We’ve already added nearly half a million new jobs”. This is what has taken place since President Trump has taken office. The President also points to the failing plan of Obamacare and the developing negotiations that are taking place that will eventually replace Obamacare. See the President’s full remarks in this first Cabinet meeting, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Chancellor Merkel, FEMA, Secretary Mattis, Secretary Kelly, Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, Exxon, Walmart, and defense spending. Greg and Steve shared in this segment. 


 


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